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Petrol Diesel Price: Fuel rates remain unchanged, Above Rs 100 in Delhi, Chennai

Oil prices have been increasing continuously since May. Petrol has become costlier by Rs 11.52 per liter in 42 days.

Yogita S.

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Published on 20 July 2021 4:06 AM GMT

Petrol Diesel Price: Fuel rates remain unchanged, Above Rs 100 in Delhi, Chennai
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Lucknow: Government oil companies have released new prices of petrol-diesel (Petrol-Diesel Price today on 20 july 2021). Even today, there has been no increase in oil prices in all the metropolitan cities including the capital of the country. There was no increase in prices on Sunday and Monday also.

Petrol Price Today:

Let us tell you that on Saturday, petrol became expensive by 30 paise per liter in Delhi. At the same time, due to the ever-increasing crude oil prices in the international market, the price of oil in the domestic market has reached a record level.

Oil prices have been increasing continuously since May. Petrol has become costlier by Rs 11.52 per liter in 42 days. Talking about the month of July, till now the price of petrol has increased 9 times. At the same time, diesel has become cheaper 5 times.

Petrol Diesel Price in your city:

Delhi - Petrol Rs 101.84 and Diesel Rs 89.87 per liter

Mumbai - Petrol Rs 107.83 and Diesel Rs 97.45 per liter

Chennai - Petrol Rs 102.49 and Diesel Rs 94.39 per liter

Kolkata - Petrol Rs 102.08 and Diesel Rs 93.02 per liter

Lucknow - Petrol Rs 98.69 and Diesel Rs 90.26 per liter

The prices of petrol and diesel are expected to come down soon. After the meeting with the OPEC group on Sunday, it is expected that petrol may soon become cheaper. Let us tell you that there has been a complete agreement in this meeting, under which five OPEC and non-OPEC countries will increase the production of crude oil from August. Earlier, oil prices were affected by the dispute between these countries.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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